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tom: now at 11:00, democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders campaigns in the granite state, and some say why they are backing the front runner. in iowa, donald trump' s lead is shrinking. analysts weigh in on ted cruz' s rise among caucus-goers. mike: rain, thunder, son, and gusting wind it all in the next 15 hours. how the changes play out. tom: a man pleads guilty to drunk driving in a crash that killed a father. >> i just did what any good person would do. tom: the action he took when he saw a stranger in trouble and likely' s david a life. -- likely saved a life.
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tom: the vermont senator, bernie the southern tier. good evening. shelley is off tonight. adam caught up with the campaign hollis. adam: the latest poll has bernie sanders up 10 over hillary clinton, but both campaigns believe the race is closer than that, however, bernie sanders is starting to show will confidence in his situation in new hampshire, saying he has a path to victory. by his standards, it was a rather quiet event, the picturesque lawrence barn in hollis used as a backdrop for a gathering that was part town hall, part commercial shoot. they let them know they would be recorded for a promotional video, no problem for this crowd, excited for the possibility that new hampshire
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bernie over hillary clinton. >> i think there is a feeling of disenchantment there with the government in general, and bernie, even though he is a senator, he has never played the politics the way the other candidates are doing. adam: patricia and todd kerekes of manchester see sanders as honest and consistent, and they believe he can win. shot. adam: the candidate was playful with questioners who offered up topics right here in his wheelhouse. >> on the issue, you took on the president paid you took on senator mary. you took on paul ryan. will you continue as president with that kind of leadership? adam: first things first, and that means taking on the new tory sleaze fickle voters.
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i think, by the way, we have an excellent chance to do that. adam: sanders continues on the campaign trail tomorrow with events in dover, rochester, and hampton. tom: and tomorrow, the focus of the 2016 campaign will be on the republicans during their fifth primary debate which will be airing on cnn. it is the first debate in more than a month and a first since the terror attacks in paris and california. a four lower-polling candidates will debate in an earlier debate, senator lindsey graham, george petaca he, and rick santorum along with my cut the be. and the places are determined to poll numbers, and donald trump will be at center stage with senator ted crews to his left, in a virtual tie, and the quinnipiac poll has donald trump
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this is also within the margin of error. >> ted crews -- cruz knows how to do the street he knows he is stoking the evangelical vote. tom: dr. ben carson has 10%, and no other candidate polled above 5%. live pictures where you can see misty and very foggy conditions, and we may even have a bit of thunder overnight. let' s get the details now from chief meteorologist mike haddad. my: and what a warm start to the season, no question about it. take a look at mount washington. he then mind that the normal high temperature in the valleys, concord and points out, 36. this late hour in the evening,
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at 39. the southwest. during the overnight, so we will see lower 50' s to around 60 by daybreak, and the wind is moving on through, but we will get a bit of a lull. just a bit of drizzle, and then during the predawn hours, the cold front has to move through. that is the thing that can trigger a downpour in any one given community. what about the strong wind to follow? we will look at that, straight ahead. tom: a man from derry was spent causing a deadly accident that kid -- killed kevin o' donnell, who was on a motorcycle with his daughter.
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suzanne: michael dixon gave up his right to a trial and pled guilty to one count each of do you why negligent homicide, aggravated eu wide, and conduct after an accident. the judge handed him a sentence for the accident that took the life of kevin o' donnell -- kevin . >> you took away a wonderful human being. >> because of you, i now know the meaning of hate. i hate you with every ounce of my being. you discussed to me -- you discusse -- disgust me. suzanne: kevin had no time to stop. btw i -- the two were thrown off the bike. >> i will never forget feeling hitting the pavement, running to
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checking to see if he was still breathing. suzanne: dixon never stopped. instead, he ditched his car in head in a tree. o donnell through hours of surgery but ended up having a heart attack and died. months later, his daughter got married. >> i will never know what it is like to have my dad what we down the isle, and i will never know what it is like to have a wedding without tears. offered the family an apology. >> the words expressing my regret and sorrow and guilt are woefully inadequate. however, out of respect, i believe by a wood to to take --
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-- i owe it to you to say something. suzanne: four hours after the level was 0.19. he also had a 2012 dui in texas. tom: bill cosby is suing women, seven of them, for defamation. he allowed his representatives to call them liars. and manchester police arrested a man for robbery and ended up charging him with more. they took gerard into custody on saturday, saying he tried to take two sweaters. police say he punched one of the officers, and once they interviewed him, they gathered an of probable cause to also charge champ with armed robbery
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street lost -- last month. the operator of an mbta train that left a station unmanned last week was the subject of a disciplinary hearing today. however, david vazquez was not there. his attorney told our sister station that he was being treated for stress and informed me mbta that he would not be up to make the hearing. the train rolled through three stops after he got off in braintree to check a problem. >> transit police who have been involved in this investigation, they make a recommendation. it is my responsibility to carry out whatever action needs to be done. tom: sources say the hearing went on without him using statements he made to authorities last week he at well, tonight, a manchester teenager was honored for his courage.
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help, west high school senior desmond powell had no idea that he was going to be recognized at the school committee meeting tonight. wmur' s mike cronin explains what desmond did. mike: it was the actions that he took at this bridge in manchester that has many calling him a hero, but that is a title he is not quite comfortable with. 17-year-old desmond powell thought he was at the manchester committee meeting just to lead the pledge of allegiance, but to his surprise, the focus was on hand. mayor: i know this young man doesn' t want to be called a hero, but he is truly, truly a hero. [applause] mike: powell was recognized for saving a stranger' s life. last month, he was walking home around 9:00 at night on the
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>> i got closer and closer and i heard him saying he was going to jump, and i told him to stop. i told him about his family, his kids, how they would be affected if you decide to do this. mike: the man told powell he was addicted to heroin and was overwhelmed by troubles in his life. powell and a passerby brought him to dunkin doughnuts. he gave him $10 for food and drink. >> he asked me if i wanted to change, and i said no, just keep it, and then he just started crying, saying you are such a good person. i wish there was many people like you. mike: when powell called police to pick the man up, he says he ran away but returned shortly later to apologize and get a ride from officers. the mayor honored him with a proclamation on monday. powell is a senior at west high
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training corps cadets. >> he works hard and does not let that go to his head. he is just a wonderful person. >> i would help anyone who was in trouble. he really needed guidance, and i was just there to help him. mike: powell says he did not get the man' s name. he does not know where he is today but just hopes he is doing ok. tom: job well done, mr. powell. coming up tonight, uber and lyft drivers have won a battle in conditions. the new right they had been granted in seattle. sally: i am sally kidd.
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praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. bernie sanders passed more amendments in a republican congress than any other member. cracked the gridlock with john mccain to strengthen veterans' healthcare. bernie sanders. a consistent, principled, and effective leader. building a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. for lynn's family, the big stress is paying four hundred dollars a month
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for aidan. for other families it's higher deductibles, premiums and co-pays that keep adding up. that's why we've got to crack down on price gouging, cap out-of-pocket costs, and fast track approval of less expensive generic drugs. because we've got to get health care costs under control for lynn's family and for yours. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. americans than ever support sending more ground troops to group. the poll from the associated deploying ground troops, up from country' s military response has
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points in the last year, and it is said that president obama has not gone far enough to explain the country' s goals in fighting the islamic state. today, he tried to reassure americans that the u.s. is making progress, speaking after the meeting with his national security team in the pentagon. wmur' s sally kidd reports from washington, d.c. sally: the president says he is looking to build on recent momentum against isis while it knowledge and that some aspects of the u.s. military campaign are not working. president obama: our strategy is moving forward with a great sense of urgency. sally: the president says the u.s. and its coalition partners are hitting ice is harder than ever and that taking out isis leaders and infrastructure, they are increasing that pace. president obama: the point is isil leaders cannot hide, and
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sally: but recent poll numbers show americans believe the u.s. is losing the fight. president obama: we recognize the progress needs to be faster. sally: the white house says more can be done. >> we need to capitalize on the momentum and re-intensify our efforts. sally: medics say the president' s piecemeal approach is not working. isis is spreading. >> it is kind of this tiptoeing into the more us. -- morass. >> it is been a strategy for the past 14 months that has gotten us to this place to include the involvement of russia, which has solidifying the hold up charlotte side -- the hold of bashar al-assad. sally: sending in several thousand troops. in washington, i am sally kidd. tom: well, seattle is the first
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uber and lyft drivers to unionize. the city council unanimously passed the measure. and new hampshire native victoria arlen has a new job. she is joining espn as a features reporter. the champion' s member reported for them at the summer special olympic games in los angeles. espn executives say they were so impressed by her work this summer that they decided to bring her on for an expanded role, where she will report for sportsx center, espn-w, and x games. weather. mike: some downforce to our west, but the temperatures, 39 is what we are talking about on top of mount washington, and that is above the normal high in
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taking a look at the time left out at the coast, we did have drizzle earlier in the day and fog at other times, but with the rain moving through, it has actually washed out some of the fog. pulling some of those droplets out of the fog bank, and the visibility increases, so some good news in that regard. after all, we are still in a mini drought, believe it or not, so we can use some rain or snow, and with temperatures above freezing, no shot of snow right now. rain, even a rumble of thunder overnight, and then the gusty wind comes an issue, cool wednesday and more changes by the weekend. speaking of showers, since dead, light rain moving through pittsburgh, westwood, all of the way back, and then a bit of a breakdown around whitefield, and more showers to the home of the white mountains, down the route 60 corridor down to rochester
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then more light rain filling in in the merrimack valley and parts of the manon dock region. there is a big change in the wind tomorrow. that is over central and eastern new york. it is the getting to intensify, and this will march through during the 3:00 to 6:00 a.m. timeframe with maybe even a rumble of thunder and may a flash of lightning. so there could be some early risers tomorrow morning due to the weather. temperatures, 40' 50' s, well above average, high temperatures were this time of readings. overnight tonight, temperatures hold steady or actually rise, edit some cases, we could be near 60 by mid-to-late morning, and then the wind cranks up out of the west/northwest. that could lead to some scattered power outages into the early evening for the wind
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night, moving ahead to wednesday. notice how much light of the wind will be, lots of sunshine and no chance of precipitation, so notice a cold front slipping around 3:00, 3:30, and about 4:30 or 5:00, a good portion of the valley into the mountain area and then right at the coast at about to move offshore. north, while it should dry out. temperatures, what month is this? 40' s and 50' s again, but it will cool down, and that is the extended outlook area notice it is a bright and cool and wednesday but still above average. more showers, and a front comes in friday, and saturday, sunday, into monday, 24/7, it will be cold enough at your favorite ski resorts. right now, they are just getting by with some trails.
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numbers increased by the end of the upcoming weekend and add a we will hold on to it. tom: very good. thank you. we know that there is lots of ice indoors, lots of hockey going on.
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announcer: now, jason king, and news 9 sports. jason: the edmonton oilers in town at the garden, and the first period was all edmonton.
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that made it one-zero, oilers. still in the first, a centering pass to ryan newman jet -- nugent-hopkins, and matt belesky somehow banks it in. this made it a 2-1 game, and then under five in regulation, his 15th of the year, tied it at two, sending the game to overtime, and less than a minute in the extra frame, 41 seconds to be exact, andrej sekera follows his own shot in scores on the rebound. cam talbot made 47 saves for the oilers. and on sunday, losing a tough one to the thunder, 2-0, but one
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goalie doug carr stopped 32 shots on sunday. >> coming in here, they have done a great job. like i said, they are just letting me do my job. whoever is playing the net. a chance to stop it and play well as a team. jason: providence is your number one team in the country in the poll, and the 16th in the top 20, there they are now. and some are off until after the christmas break. the ship brady hosting plymouth, plymouth in the dark uniforms, jordan meier laying it in on the other side. and she puts it in high off the glass, shannon drouin. allison carey is going to feed sammy gaumer.
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the patriots begin the first team in the afc to clinch a playoff spot with their win over the texans in houston, 24-6, but the injuries continue to plague the team. on a night where rob gronkowski returned to the lineup, new england lost if you were key players. running back lagarrette blount left the game with a hip injury and had an mri today. no word on the severity of the injury. defensive back devin mccorty has an ankle sprain. x-rays were negative, so it is not considered season ending, and then linebacker jonathan freeny dislocated his, in the first quarter and was later spotted in a cast, but reportedly, x-rays were negative. and back in the top spot in the afc playoff standings thanks to the bengals and the broncos both losing on sunday, three games
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play the titans, the jets, and the dolphins and hopefully hang on to the number one overall lead, and changing teams, johnny cueto has agreed to a six-year deal with the san francisco giants worth a reported $130 million. the 29 euros right-hander went to-one in the postseason. helping kansas city win the world series. tom: still to come tonight, jewelry and rare coins showing up in the salvation army red kettles in massachusetts. anncr: when the attacks come here... ...the person behind this desk will have to protect your family. will he be impulsive and reckless, like donald trump? will he have voted to dramatically weaken counter-terrorism surveillance, like ted cruz? will he have skipped crucial national security hearings
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like marco rubio? 27 generals and admirals support jeb bush. because jeb has the experience and knowledge to protect your family. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. paris: there's a lot to do on a dairy farm. nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself. bernie sanders is a well-known friend of family farms. bernie cannot be bought out by big money. bernie's opinion cannot be purchased. it's time for our next president to get in there, roll up his sleeves,
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and take on wall street, take on big business, take on big money, and get the working class back to where they should be. he's a rock. sanders: i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. hey! this holiday, u.s. cellular's giving you 15 gigs of data for just $70! but i wanted a pony. [ gasps ] you're getting data. pony-sized data?
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15 gigs of good, strong data you can actually use because it works in the middle of anywhere. i'd like $100! you're getting $400 in promo cards! yes! switch to u.s. cellular and get 15 gigs of data for just $70. plus $400 in promo cards. tom: well, it is more than just dollars and spare change that has been dropped in the salvation army red kettles in the past weeks. many pieces of jewelry have been donated, some of them diamond rings, and one was a gift in . two separate donations came into a kettle in swampscott, and there were three civil dollars from the 1800s donated at different kettles, each with a note that said "in memory of
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[sfx: sound of hippo's roar] hippo. [sfx: sound of hippo's roar] crit. [sfx: sound of hippo's roar] one bellows. [sfx: hippo sound, light music] one bellows malarkey. donald trump repeatedly says one thing, does another. the hypocrite says he's champion of american workers, but had his line of trump ties made in china. some of the laborers on his palatial dc hotel? illegal immigrants. [sfx: hippo sound] neither for president. america needs proven, honorable leadership. new day for america is this advertising. ever, but the everyday cost of perscriptions, child care, or even just buying groceries can be a stretch for too many hillary's plan: raise the minimum wage, get equal pay for women, cut taxes for the middle class, and new incentives for business to share profits with employees instead of just rewarding ceos. those at the top are doing just


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